Winscombe students wear funky headwear for charity

PUBLISHED: 11:00 24 July 2016

Winscombe Primary School children with their hats.

Winscombe Primary School children with their hats.


Pupils from Winscombe Primary School in North Somerset have been wearing their jazziest hats this week, raising awareness of brain tumours.

The children took part in Wear A Hat Day on Monday, backed by charity Brain Tumour Research, hoping to raise funds and awareness to boost fundraising.

Some 80 pupils took part in the voluntary charity day, selling badges and wristbands for the cause.

A number of creative items were on show, including a hotdog-inspired number and some Frankenstein-themed headwear.

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